It all began in 2002 when an extremely small spectrometer was developed by a team led by Prof. Jörg Hübner in the Department of Nanotechnology at DTU. Jörg met a team of Swedish entrepreneurs and together they started SERSTECH PORTABLE RAMAN in 2006 with a vision of making spectrometers small, accurate and cost-efficient.

Serstech is based in Sweden and has both development and production in Sweden. Serstech’s values are very Swedish – open, trustworthy, honest and with a clear focus on quality and design. We are an agile company and quickly adapts to the needs of our customers and partners. We believe all business is personal and we stay with our customers and partners all the way and all the time.


Commitment to quality and long-term value. SERSTECH PORTABLE RAMAN does not charge its partners or customers for updates of libraries or firmware, which means that all products continuously evolve, adding more and more value throughout their lifecycles. We do this since we want to make sure our customers have the latest substance libraries, the most features and the highest quality. Without compromise.


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Serstech has focused on the safety and security industry as a first step in its evolution, but the technology and products are not limited to this industry. As the use of chemicals increases in virtually all industries and government regulations follow, the need for quick and easy identification and documentation of chemicals will continue to increase for several years to come.


Pharmaceutical production. Serstech’s solutions are used in the pharmaceutical production industry and its products are compliant with FDA’s Title 21 CFR part 11 regulations. Serstech 100 Indicator Pharma, Serstech Arx+ and Serstech ChemDash are all CFR compliant.


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